PSA speaks out against ancillary charges

PSA speaks out against ancillary charges

The Passenger Shipping Association (PSA) has criticised the airline industry for baggage discrimination against passengers. With an increase in airlines charging per flight per passenger for hold luggage to Europe, the industry body representing Britain’s ferry lines has spoken out against ancillary charges. “Ferry fares are superb value, with no baggage discrimination, and offer the ultimate in flexibility for those with properties on the Continent or Ireland,” said William Gibbons, director of the PSA. Ferry operators have now recognised the frequent traveller potential of continental home owners, with Brittany Ferries running a Property Owners Club, with savings of up to 30% on travel, and 10% on onboard food and wine for registered members. “Our members recognise that property owners, in particular, often need to ferry their home comforts with them on both outward and inward journeys, without unnecessary restrictions. An Englishman’s home is his castle - wherever it is located - and our ferries are the logical way to cross the moat.”

Gary Marshall
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